In a new age of passing in the NFL, fantasy quarterbacks can be critical to the success of your squad. How you draft your signal callers can be as varied as the position is deep. While some may struggle to avoid the elite quarterbacks in the first round or two, there is value to be [...]
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Playing fantasy football is easy. Winning at fantasy football, well, that’s a different story. It’s not necessarily hard either. It’s just that it takes more than waking up, tying your shoes and setting your lineup. If you put a little effort into your teams, and factor in some luck, victory becomes more likely.
Cam Newton and Aaron Rodgers lead our sleeper heavy projections this week. Taylor Yates and Caleb Hanie have favorable matchups this week. Be sure to compare these to our final player rankings, which mash up our sleeper-heavy projections with a 70-expert consensus ranking.
The Week 11 edition of our sleeper heavy projections are ready for delivery. We’ll start with the quarterbacks, as usual. Don’t forget that the Broncos and Jets played on Thursday, so adding any of their players as free agents won’t help your team. I pulled one of those bonehead moves last week, adding Tyvon Branch [...]
There’s nothing like the aroma of fresh-baked chocolate chip pumpkin cookies wafting through the air when you’re writing a fantasy football column. You really should try it. The first batch of cookies is almost done. I made them from scratch – myself. And while some may think it a little non-masculine for me to admit [...]
Good morning. Those of you in states that honor Daylight Saving Time, I hope you remembered to set your clock’s back. Sleep is delicious. For those of you who forgot about the change, thanks for spending part of your extra hour awake with us today. Are you ready for some sleeper-heavy projections? Thought so. Let’s [...]